UB Hacking

UB Hacking is the University at Buffalo's official student-run hackathon.  Students are invited to gather at our event to create cool and innovative projects within 24 hours and showcase their achievements.

Hackathons are in our DNA... Spending an overcaffeinated all-nighter with a team of friends developing a cool project is an essential part of the CSE experience.

Just bring your laptop (and other personal hygiene products) and we'll prepare the food and swag for a memorable weekend!

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Origins

A new annual tradition was born in 2012 when the UB ACM chapter inaugurated UB Hacking, "an event where small teams of programmers come together to design, develop, and demo a software project in a short amount of time," said inaugural 2012 UB Hacking Co-Organizer Nick Di Rienzo (CS BS '15). "UB Hacking is bringing together the coders of the University at Buffalo, no matter their major, for 26 hours of food, fun, coding, and prizes!"

The first UB Hacking was sponsored by Rackspace, Github, Synacor, Iron.io, Google, the UB Center for Computational Research (CCR), and UB CSE.

Faculty Advisors

Carl Alphonce.

Carl Alphonce

Co-Director of Undergraduate Studies; Associate Professor of Teaching

Computer Science and Engineering

343 Davis Hall

Phone: (716) 645-4739

Email: alphonce@buffalo.edu

Atri Rudra.

Atri Rudra

Associate Professor

Computer Science and Engineering

319 Davis Hall

Phone: (716) 645-2464

Email: atri@buffalo.edu